Date: 23rd August 2021 at 10:00am
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The year is 2021 and still, there are football fans who can’t enjoy the sport we all love without being racist or abusing players of other teams, there are no excuses and zero tolerance is the only way to deal with them.

A video emerged on social media after the Ross County game in which a bus of Rangers fans are seen to be singing songs aimed at Celtic’s Kyogo Furuhashi.

Various news outlets picked up on the story and it won’t be difficult to identify who the culprits are, their days at Ibrox could be numbered given the usual punishments that are dished out for this sort of behaviour.

Rangers fans on Twitter were disgusted by the behaviour of their fellow “fans” calling out the actions of the few that tarnish the reputation of the club and those that are capable of attending games without being abusive:

Social media can be a force for good, in this instance someone has posted something abhorrent but, because the majority of us are tolerant and respectful in supporting our team, the people involved will be punished, it won’t be hard for Rangers to identify those in the video, let’s hope they act swiftly and decisively – people like that are not welcome in our club.

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